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  1. I don't mind the quick load screens, exactly. I'm just afraid it'll interfere with my character's sleep, keeping her awake at night wondering what vital piece of information she almost got. ?
  2. Awesome. Only had a quick look in survival so far, but love the changes. The new loading screens tend to flash by too quickly to read, and the rabbit hat doesn't show on the ragdoll when worn for me. Oh forgot to mention; the new way to interact with the hot plates is really great.
  3. Milton Mailbag -- Dispatch #17

    In the wake of some of the critisisms, I basically only want to say "thank you, @Raphael van Lierop and Hinterland" for my favourite game. I didn't join the kickstarter, I heard about it and thought the premise sounded incredibly boring, then for whatever reason I did sign up for Early Acess on Steam. That you support Linux was a contributing factor, the amazing art another. I'm glad I did. I'm prepared for the risk that a project on Kickstarer or in EA may change over time, that visions may morph, difficulties and opportunities arise unexpecedly, and sometimes that the project is scrapped for whatever reason. It's always a risk. You've negotiated through some of this with, what I percieve as honesty and integrity, trying to do right by both customers and your team, while holding as true to your vision as possible. The game has changed a lot over the years, some changes I didn't like at first, some won me over at once, but imo we now have an atmospheric, well-designed game (aurorae included) that has provided me hours of fun, indeed no other game has me coming back as often as TLD ,and I can't think of one which has already given me as much value for my money. As one of the players who is more interested in the sandbox mode than the story (though I'll play both), I'm perhaps less disappointed in the delays and can, obviously, only speak for myself. So, thank you.
  4. The fox

    And just because I haven't said this before, and because whoever is responsible should know; your logo is one of the best looking I've ever seen. I really love it.
  5. The Long Plan

    Hello all. I'm a little curious about how people's play styles may differ, and one thing that came to mind is planning and the journal. I'm rubbish at making any kind of plans, I usually know what I need to do any particular day r over the course of a couple of days (weather permitting - blizzards in PV almost had me starving to death recently) hunt, gather wood and so on, but I don't tend to think much longer ahead other than in a very general sense (need more hides for new pants). I also tend to forget what exactly I leave at various shelters when I have too much to bring to my main one, especially as it may be weeks or months between gaming sessions. So, I've recently started to use the journal to take down notes to keep track of things like that. So my question is this, do you plan ahead?